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Middle School

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Our school day is from 8:10am-3:10pm.

Middle school students at Trinity (6th-8th grade) can expect to serve as the leaders and encouragers of our school. Unlike the teachers in our elementary grades, our middle school teachers teach in their areas of specialty, so our middle school students move from class to class and become more independent in their learning. At the same time, our small class sizes ensure that no student is left behind. With small guided reading groups in literacy and the opportunity to take advanced math, each student is encouraged to reach their potential.


In our science classes at Trinity, our primary objective is to reinforce a Biblical understanding of Creation, learn more about our Creator, and trust what God tells us in scripture about His created world. Middle school science classes follow a general flow of Earth and Space Science in 6th grade, Life Science in 7th grade, and Physical Science in 8th grade. From hands-on modeling and learning basic lab skills in 6th grade, followed by more advanced lab skill application in 7th grade (including sheep eye and fetal pig dissections!), to exciting physics and chemistry experiments in 8th grade, our students learn more fully about the awesomeness of God's creation!

Middle school students also attend weekly classes with specialists in technology, music, art, and physical education.


Middle School Highlights:

Blacktail Ski Day: 5th & 6th graders get to ski for the day with a half-day, level appropriate lesson.


Rock OnThe 6th graders at Trinity have the opportunity to attend Rock On. Students, teachers and chaperones travel to a Christian based camp near Eureka, MT each spring. Activities include: horseback riding, rock climbing, wildlife encounters, forestry and watershed activities and Bible studies/worship each evening. Students come away with a new appreciation for themselves, each other, and all the wonderful things God has blessed us with.

Hiawatha Trail: 7th grade finishes the year with a day trip riding bikes on the Hiawatha Trail. This day is filled with adventure and excitement riding a 15 mile route thru tunnels and over trussels in God's beautiful creation.

Physics Day at Silverwood: In 8th grade, after learning about force and motion in class, we venture out for a final class trip to Silverwood to experience Newton's Laws first-hand! Students spend two nights and three days together in a culminating class trip, which includes a full day in the park riding roller coasters, dropping from towers, and spinning high above the ground as they fly through the air. As Psalm 24:1 reminds us, “The Earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it." What a joy to point our students to that truth in our science classes!

Washington DC Trip: It's one thing to learn about American History in a textbook; it's another experience entirely to set foot in the museums, monuments, and memorials that tell the story of the faith and fortitude of the leaders of our great nation! Trinity's 8th grade students have the opportunity to travel to Washington DC, Jamestown, and Williamsburg for one week to immerse themselves in learning our history, right where much of it took place. While this trip is an optional extension to our daily curriculum, this once-in-a-lifetime experience adds so much value to the learning experience. Students also have the opportunity to offset a significant portion of their cost through various fundraisers that are generously supported by our Trinity community.


Admissions  Process  

6th - 8th Grade:

1. Call the school.

2. Schedule a campus tour / Meet with the Principal

3. Meet your child’s prospective teacher

4. Bring copies of testing from current school or complete the following testing: ​

  • Aims Web reading & math

  • If your student has an IEP, or similar plan, please bring the most recent copy

5. Begin filling out your Application for Enrollment online. You will submit the first portion, then be emailed a link to complete your application which ends in an online non-refundable payment of the Registration Fee

6.You are now registered for 6th-8th Grade! You will receive your TADs online tuition agreement by email and will hear from the teacher in August to set up a home visit

Finalizing your Admission

Immunization Records - all grades submit first year attending and after additional vaccines before Kindergarten and 7th grade OR notarized Exemption 

Birth Certificate (all grades - first year attending)

Records Release Form (1st-8th grade - Parents must sign)

Food Allergy & Allergy Action Plan Form (if applicable)

Scholarship applications (if applicable)

  •      April 25th – current families deadline 

  •      May 25th – new families 1st deadline

  •      July 25th – new and current families final deadline

  • You will receive your TADS Financial Agreement by email in mid-June. Tuition payments must begin in August with the following payment options:

    10 payments (Aug-May)

    4 payments (Aug, Nov, Feb & May) 

    2 payments (Aug & Feb)

    1 payment (Aug)   3% reduced

Please contact the admissions department with any questions:

Heidi Hagemeier Phone: (406)257-6716 or (406)407-0638


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